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1 INTRODUCING GRID SLEEK AND REFINED WORK ENVIRONMENTS PREMIERS NOW! A&D VERSION

2 Grid Overview 2 The Story of Grid Development Manufacturers are jumping on the benching bandwagon in a search for the cubicle replacement. An opportunity was identified by key customers who asked Enwork to do for Environments what we have done with Tables and other market segments – deliver great designs at the right price. Enwork worked closely with key customers in Silicon Valley and other areas to understand the needs of innovative companies. Customers still want the flexibility of cubicles, but want lower walls, better airflow, and contemporary open environments. Out of these relationships a product called Enwork Grid was rapidly developed. Grid delivers power and data through space in a light scale and flexible manner. It has great design at a great price point.

3 About the Designer 3 With a love of the furniture industry, David Powell turned his unique perspective into Grid by Enwork. I am passionate about sleek and sophisticated, yet functional design. We need products designed for the reality of today – environmentally smart, fun, flexible, with user control and affordability. I believe Grid does all that and more. David has 17 years of industry experience. He has also designed the successful Enwork Impression and Suspense product lines.

4 Grid Planning – 5 Approaches Typical 1Freestanding Grid Typical 2Mini Frames Typical 3120 Degree Planning Typical 4Spine Based and Tethered Typical 590 Degree Planning Market research indicates that Typical 4 will be the most popular.

5 Typical 1 – Freestanding Grid 5

6 Typical 2 – Grid with Mini Frames 6

7 Typical 3 – 120 Degree 7

8 Typical 4 – Spine with Tethering 8

9 Typical 5 – 90 Degree Grid 9

10 Grid Feature Overview 10 Product Features Frame and Tile System Frame is anodized aluminum in 2 varieties: Frame (42H or 36H) and Mini Frame (34H or 28H) Tiles can be steel, acrylic, fabric, laminate, veneer, whiteboard 2 Leg styles – Impression T and Straight Worksurfaces can be freestanding or tethered 5 wire, 3 circuit power system 90 and 120 degree applications More!!! (lighting, work tools, cool stuff…)

11 LOTS OF CHOICES FOR ALL PRICE POINTS 11 APPLICATION EXAMPLES

12 Grid Workstation LIST Pricing based on six pack 12 Typical 4B$2076 Typical 2A$2116 Typical 3B$2790 Typical 4A$2976 Typical 1A$3346 Typical 3A$3503 Typical 4C$4257 Typical 1C$5453 Typical 5A$5636 Typical 5B$7350

13 13 Typical 4B – Benching Includes: 42 H Frame, Beltway above Worksurface Worktools Tackable Fabric Tiles Tetbered Worksurfaces Storage: Fixed BBF Pedestal

14 14 Typical 2A – Mini Frames Includes: 34H Mini Frame for Power/Data (Mini Frames have no privacy tiles) Straight Legs with Tethered Worksurfaces Steel Disc Bases No Storage

15 15 Typical 3B – 120 Degree Planning Value Engineered Includes: 120 Degree 42H Grid Frames (Beltway Above Worksurface – end walls only, not spine) Acrylic Tiles Tethered Worksurfaces Storage: Fixed BBF ped

16 16 Typical 4A – Group Work Includes: 42H Grid with Acrylic Topper Screen for 54 Total Height (Beltway above worksurface) Tethered Worksurfaces Team Tables Storage: 2 fixed pedestals per user (BBF/FF)

17 17 Typical 1A – Freestanding Waves Includes: 42 H Freestanding Grid (54H with Topper Screen) – Beltway above worksurface Freestanding Tables for maximum re- configurability Optional Acrylic Topper Screens and Modesty Panels for privacy 2 Extra Collaborative Tables Worktools Tackable Fabric Tiles Storage: mobile ped with seat cushion

18 18 Typical 3A – 120 Degree Planning, Power Below Worksurface Includes: 120 Degree 36H Grid Frames (Beltway BELOW Worksurface – ends walls only) Tackable Fabric Tiles Tethered Worksurfaces Storage: Mobile BF Ped with Seat Cushion Worktools

19 19 Typical 4C- Sleek and Refined Includes: 42H Frame with Acrylic Topper Screen for 54H total height, Beltway Above Worksurface Tethered Worksurfaces Tackable Fabric Tiles Worktools Storage: Low Cubby Storage with non- locking sliding acrylic doors

20 20 TYPICAL 1B – Freestanding with Max Privacy Includes: 42 H Freestanding Grid (54H with Topper Screen) – Beltway above worksurface Freestanding Tables for maximum re- configurability Optional Acrylic Topper Screens and Modesty Panels for privacy Worktools Tackable Fabric Tiles Storage: Grid Overhead Storage with non- locking sliding acrylic doors and tackboard

21 21 Typical 5A – Max Power and LED Lighting Includes: 42H Frame with Acrylic Topper Screen for 54H total height, Beltway Above Worksurface Power in all Frames Tethered Worksurfaces Tackable Fabric Tiles in Stations, Veneer Tiles and Steel Modesty in Aisles Worktools LED Lighting Storage: Mobile Low Cubby Storage with non- locking sliding acrylic doors

22 22 Typical 5B – Traditional Planning with Max Power and Privacy Includes: 42H Frame with Acrylic Topper Screen for 54H total height, Beltway Above Worksurface Tethered Worksurfaces Tackable Fabric Tiles in Workstations, Veneer Tiles and Steel Modesty in Aisles Worktools Storage: 54H Display Tower (Front/Side Access) with Wardrobe

23 PRODUCT DETAILS 23 GRID

24 Frames 24 Frames Power above Worksurface (42H) or below Worksurface (36H) Height dictated by legs ordered for Grid Mini Frames Power above Worksurface (34H) or below Worksurface (28H) Height dictated by legs ordered for Grid

25 Tiles 25

26 Screens and Modesty 26 Acrylic Topper Screens 12H Steel or Acrylic Modesty Panels

27 Power/Data 27 Frames can have no power, 1-sided power, 2-side power, or pass thru power (connects 2 powered panels that have a non-powered panel in the middle) 5 Wire, 3 Circuit Power System with 2 duplex receptacles per user per Frame. Each Frame contains a data plate with 2 openings in the middle. Floor based in-feeds or floor-to- ceiling power poles available.

28 Worksurfaces and Supports 28 Worksurfaces and Cable Management Three dimensional choices: No surface gap to Frame ½ surface gap to Frame 1 surface gap to Frame Cable Trough (ordered separate) Workurface Grommets and Scallops available Tether Brackets Off-modular Can be shared Application rules outlined in the Understanding Grid portion of the Grid Price List Legs Design based on Impression Tables

29 Worktools and Lighting 29 Worktools (5 types) Letter Tray, Pencil Cup, Accessory Tray, Phone Holder, Folder Holder LED Lighting 22 wide, 8.2 Watts 50,000 lifetime hours Front lens rotates 90 degrees

30 Space Planning Degree connections No Junctions All Off Module Affects worksurface dimensions 120 Degree Connections Requires all 3 sides of the 120 Connection (cannot connect only 2 Frames). Has Junctions Consult Understanding Grid in the front section of the Grid Price List for more detailed information.

31 Value Engineering Suggestions 31 The lowest cost tile is laminate. Whiteboard is the second lowest. Steel and acrylic are not far behind. Tackable fabric and others are more expensive. Utilize tether brackets for worksurface mounting instead of freestanding legs. Utilize spine-based planning and minimize the number of Frames (avoid 90 degree or 120 degree Frame applications). Mix powered and non-powered Frames to keep costs down. Put power only where necessary.

32 Launch 32 First Ship is September 1, 2010 Marketing Materials Available Brochure Website Grid Price List with Understanding Grid section for designers and specifiers Planning Guide (contains detailed specs from this powerpoint and Grid Brochure photos) CAP/GIZA Furniture Symbols available in October release from Technologies

33 THANK YOU! 33


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